Meraki MX 64 & NAT Rules

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Mick_R
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Meraki MX 64 & NAT Rules

Hi Everyone, 

 

Looking for help please. I Need to connect to a supplier from my Cisco ASA5515 and they are running a Meraki MX64 via an IPSEC VPN

 

Their local LAN clashes with one of my networks so I am asking them to

 

NAT their 192.168.0.1 to 10.30.40.xxx network 

and create a VPN tunnel between with protected traffic of 10.30.40.xxx to 10.30.50.xxx

 

They will only need 6-8 devices so could do static 1:1 NAT 

 

However they are telling me that the Meraki MX 64 will not handle this, please can you advise if this is the case?

 

Maybe they are just mis-understanding me.

 

TIA

 

Mick

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Nash
Kind of a big deal

Meraki does not support VPN NAT on tunnels like that, no. 

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Nash
Kind of a big deal

Meraki does not support VPN NAT on tunnels like that, no. 

Thank you.

Hi

 

Is this just the MX64 that does not do it? Is there a model that will do what I am looking for?

 

Regards

 

Mick

CptnCrnch
Kind of a big deal

That's not specific for particular models.

Thank you for answering, do you mean no Meraki will do what I need?
Nash
Kind of a big deal


@Mick_R wrote:
Thank you for answering, do you mean no Meraki will do what I need?

That is correct. No Meraki firewall will do VPN NAT on a standard IPSEC tunnel. ('Third party tunnels' in Meraki slang.)

Thank you everyone. 

 

The customer has now bought a Cisco ASA 5506 

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